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American man, 79, dies in fall from motorbike

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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Rescue workers at the scene on Saiyuan Rd in Rawai yesterday morning (Feb 27). Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub

 

PHUKET: Police have yet to confirm what caused the death of a 79-year-old American man who fell from his motorbike in Rawai yesterday morning (Feb 26).

 

The man* suffered severe head trauma when he landed on the road, in front of the Tesco Lotus Express on Saiyuan Rd, ar about 9am, Chalong Police Chief Col Sarawut Chuprasit confirmed.

 

However, police have yet to determin what caused the man to fall.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/american-man-79-dies-in-fall-from-motorbike-75025.php

 

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No obstacles on the road, no traffic that triggered a fall. Heart attack?

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Riding a vehicle everywhere has adverse effects on your physical and mental well being. 

Each outing on your motorbike, means more atrophy in your legs, to the point where one day, you cant walk 2 blocks to a 7-11 to buy a 2 big Leos and a pack of smokes.  😉✌️

 

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25 minutes ago, Tony125 said:

You realise you're not obligated to buy one of those cheap helmets. I have a few friends who went online and ordered some expensive helmets from the US.  Other's have bought durable/high end helmets at shops here in Thailand not the 200 baht cheap ones in Tesco or BigC

Helmets are not the issue.

 

If you're incompetent a suit of armour won't help you

 

Some people shouldn't be riding a motorbike 

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